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November 26, 2006

Medusa Lamp


Designed by Venezuelan artist Claudia Carrasco, a member of the Barcelona-based design collective Exposed.

From the website:


    Medusa was conceived and made in Spain.

    So-called because of its elegant marine namesake (medusa means jellyfish in Spanish).

    Made from laser-etched Corian®, which perfectly captures the sleek form of the aquatic creature, the Medusa's swooping curves and celestial light conjure images of drifting effortlessly along with the sea's currents.

    A flexible element of coloured light can be added, facilitating dynamic ambient luminescence and a complementary mood change.

    • White Corian — coloured bulbs alter lighting effect

    • Six laser-etched designs [below] available

    • 20cm x 15cm (8" x 6")



£240 (€354; $464) and up.

Want one?

Email them: info@exposed.eu.com.

Or call +34 934 590 845.

In the UK, +44 07940 702 165.

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